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Getting Started on Planning Your Trip to the Middle East and North Africa The Middle East and North Africa, also called the MENA region, is a region of the world filled with a long, rich history, complex and interesting cultures, wonderful cuisine (for you foodie’s out there), stunning natural wonders and friendly locals. Many sites […]

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Travel Guide: Aswan, Egypt No trip to Egypt is complete without a visit to Aswan. Aswan lies on Egypt’s southernmost frontier, some 425 miles south of Cairo, and is a place where time seems to stand as still as the Nile river on a windless day. Aswan feels like a different Egypt than its northern […]

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Travel Guide: Aswan, Egypt No trip to Egypt is complete without a visit to Aswan. Aswan lies on Egypt’s southernmost frontier, some 425 miles south of Cairo, and is a place where time seems to stand as still as the Nile river on a windless day. Aswan feels like a different Egypt than its northern […]

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Today, the sad news was announced that a group of Mexican travelers, along with their guides and drivers, were killed in the Western Desert by the Egyptian military in a case of mistaken identity. When incidents happen in any country, whether the US, Egypt, Germany, anywhere in the world, it’s important to not let fear […]

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We get asked often if Egypt is safe to visit, and our answer is always the same – a resounding YES! We’ve written at length safety in Egypt here, but thought travelers would appreciate hearing the recent thoughts on safety from another traveler. In his article, Jake Ellwood does an excellent job explaining why Egypt […]

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Editor’s Note: The intrepid Egyptologist and solo world traveler, Joanie Maro, has graciously offered to share her passion, travel tips, and  experiences as a woman traveling in Egypt. Over the next few months, on ArchaeoAdventures’ blog we will be featuring women travelers’ personal experiences traveling in the Middle East and North Africa. You can read […]

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